I forgot to formally introduce myself on this forum. I am VKnopp. I am 14 year old maths enthusiast with Asperger's Syndrome. I self-educated myself all the way up to Calculus III with a little bit of number theory, linear algebra, complex analysis and real analysis supplements. I am in the top 99.999th percentile for intelligence according to the results from an intelligence test that was overseen by a licensed professional. My education has been very scattered. I plan on taking some courses at a university this spring. Real Analysis is not a prerequisite for the next course I'm taking. I still think it would be a could idea to self-teach myself real analysis come this spring. So I decided I would like to start a project on the internet. I would like to learn and teach real analysis from/to other like-minded individuals on the internet. The main textbook for this course will be the classic Principles of Mathematical Analysis by Walter Rudin with a little bit of topology supplements. I am hoping to recruit some instructors and students from this forum to see how a community can come together and benefit from each other. Let me know what you think.